Our Royal Family vacation package obviously had a outdoor experience included.
#alwaysreadthefineprint #sunwingkallithea #vingresor
- “mera end bara solresor” Oh, yes 10 sarcastic points for keeping that promise 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 But at least Otis got wifi 👦🏼- so thank you @vingresor
for letting our son experience this superb handling of a check-in problem 😳 Don’t worry we bought a towel at the Lollo &Bernies shop for him to use as a blanket since the hotel only had for current guests with a room. As they would say in Greece 🇬🇷 “ti malakies ine afto???” Lollo & Bernie ; Otis loves you, but if you guys don’t go solo or change gigs, I don’t think Otis will take his little brother Vigo on a @vingresor
vacation experience ever. 👋🏻👋🏻 #FromPillowMenuToWTF
Let's get real for a min...
Some of you probably know I have gone more Paleo in my eating habits. Some people have looked at me like I am crazy and some have questioned me.... Here's the deal, I'm doing a MODIFIED version of Paleo... I guess it's closer to the Whole30 plan (I admit I know relatively nothing about Whole30). I have grains now and then. I have legumes now and then. I'm not 100% strict in my diet.
BUT- It's just for ME! I'm not pushing it on anyone else. My family isn't being made to eat how I eat. I don't think it's appropriate for everyone else and YES there are some health risks to being overly strict in your nutrition.
The same goes for ANY PLAN! Some are bad for people with endocrine disorders. Some are bad for people with heart conditions. Some are bad for people with muscular disorders. Some are bad for people recovering from an eating disorder....And the list goes on.
ALL of them have risks and ALL of those who wish to change their diet NEED to see a doctor FIRST! What if you just up and choose one cause Sally-Sue tells you she lost 80lbs in 5 months doing it. What if you don't know you have a nutrient deficiency and by choosing Sally-Sue's diet plan, you've put yourself at risk for a more severe deficiency that causes irreparable damage.
ALWAYS know your body and talk to a trusted physician about your desires when it comes to weight loss, nutritional changes, and exercise. If you're able, see a nutritionist! Study and research the different meal plans and modify as needed (I can help, after you've seen your doc!)
Before changing my meals, I had a full workup done. They checked everything and did a T4 thyroid check. We found that I'm deficient in Vitamin D3 (the sunshine vitamin). The paleo diet actually can cause deficiencies in Vitamin D (not D3) and Calcium. Knowing this information, I've modified my meal plan to make sure I'm still getting those nutrients.
My daily shake helps me do just that. I'm making healthy work for me rather than against me. But, seeing the doctor made the transition safer and has made a huge impact on how I eat and what I eat.